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  • Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [WP Statistics] Error

    Same thing here. Love the plugin, but it breaks things so often…

    Hi,

    Hundreds upon hundreds of files in many, many folders remained in the main lscache folder. The path is the cPanel account root /lscache

    I was deleting the contents of that folder (after having already supposedly completely purged using the plugin), and it seemed to help.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by netpotion.

    Hi,

    I think I may have found the problem since it’s working again now. (It hadn’t been working right for a couple of weeks)

    I will update you on this if it starts happening again.

    FTR, I was disabling it in Litespeed -> Settings -> Enable Litespeed Cache

    Prior to disabling it, I was purging the entire cache using the button within the plugin. That didn’t seem to work since there were still a ton of files in the folder when I removed them via FTP. Also, the update still wouldn’t progress.

    Only FTP removal seemed to help in all cases.

    Pretty odd situation.

    The textual readout still doesn’t appear as it should in the wp admin updater. It never shows that the update was successful, yet it is.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by netpotion.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by netpotion.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by netpotion.

    Hi Tammie,

    It was just very confusing to get it to work. Don’t want to add it to GIT as a bug since it was essentially a problem with it being unintuitive. In the end I was able to get it to do what I want. Seriously doubt my clients would be able to, however.

    Having blocks that are specifically for image aligned left, and image aligned right would help tons with this. Don’t know if that’s possible, but it would make it a lot easier.

    Thanks,

    Corey

    Ah, good to know. Thanks!

    Jesse, the only issue I had with your plugin was the links. That’s all, and that’s all I said. You’re acting like I lambasted you mercilessly, but that’s simply not the case. You, on the other hand, have made false accusations, called me names, left a bad review on my business site, and continue to drag this out for reasons that are well beyond anything I can possibly comprehend.

    Now, I will once again ask that you remove your vindictive and bogus assertions from my page. Do that, and I will ask… no, I will BEG the admin’s here to destroy my review. Believe me when I say that I wish I had never left it.

    To help you understand why I left this…

    The majority of my clients are elderly people. If they see something like you inserted they usually get afraid that something is wrong on their site. Even more frightening would be that they click on those links and install something that breaks the site.

    One site I manage had a notification like yours and it was because her site was hacked. The links were bad links. This is how I received it (the site).

    All of this said, there are legitimate reasons for my saying what I said. None of them were meant to be personal apart from originally stating that I don’t understand why developers can’t resist the notifications temptation.

    I didn’t click the links and wasn’t even aware they were yours until I read your reply. You have obviously put a lot of time and effort into contributing and I am not here to fault you for that in any way. I am very aware how much these kinds of contributions matter, and I do appreciate them.

    Look, this will end one way, or another. Let’s just delete this garbage and move on. Fair enough? This is insane and it needs to stop.

    Hi shelbelliott,

    I’m not seeing any updates in the admin area. Using 4.3.3 and it’s broken on my site with Divi

    (See https://www.midstatekaraoke.com/wp-admin/plugins.php )

    Thanks,

    Corey

    Just an update to this…

    Rolling back to the previous version of MT Events did not help.

    Rolling back to the previous version of DIVI *did* restore functionality.

    The link above will no longer show a broken calendar as a result.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by netpotion.

    Hi Lester,

    Thanks for your quick response.

    The site these logs showed up in doesn’t have WP-PageNavi installed at all. This shows up in Mike Challis’ Visitor Maps and Who’s Online logs for that site. I’m guessing they are looking to see if the plugin exists and if it does, if it is infected (?).

    I do, however, have it on a couple of other sites. Will check them to make sure they aren’t infected. Had no indication they are though.

    There were a number of logs showing this same thing. Looked like bots were actively/randomly looking for that.

    netpotion

    (@netpotion)

    Isn’t this exposing the prefix of the main database to anyone who signs up? It would seem to defeat the purpose of having the ability to change the prefix, but only for the super admin. The only prefixes that would remain unknown to others would be the ones created by the subdomains/folders.

    Thanks,

    ~ Corey

    OK, I got it working…

    Using the “[wp_cart:My Cool Product:price:16.95:shipping:0.001:end]” Works when nothing is added in the “Free Shipping for Orders Over”.

    Using the example shortcode does not work for having free shipping beyond “x” number of items. (e.g. [wp_cart_button name=”Test Product” price=”29.95″ shipping=”4.00″])(or any variation of this).

    I’m going to leave this as unresolved, but I do have it working, at least.

    Thanks,

    ~ Corey

    An add-on to this. I enabled WP debugger and the following appeared upon submission of the settings in the admin area.

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_shopping_cart_collect_address in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 75

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_shopping_cart_use_profile_shipping in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 76

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_shopping_cart_image_hide in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 89

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_use_aff_platform in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 91

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_shopping_cart_enable_sandbox in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 93

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_shopping_cart_enable_debug in /wp-content/plugins/wordpress-simple-paypal-shopping-cart/wp_shopping_cart_settings.php on line 94

    Thanks,

    ~ Corey

    @mrmook

    As long as the parent theme is able to receive auto updates, you simply click the link to update it and check to make sure nothing breaks along the way. If it is not capable of receiving auto updates, you will have to delete the old parent theme and upload the newer version.

    You do not have to enable the parent or anything to update it, if that’s what you are asking.

    As MikeTurco mentioned, make certain you make backups before updating. Doing so will most likely save your bacon sooner or later.

    ~ Corey

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Child Themify] Theme Image

    Create a screenshot and call it “screenshot.png”

    Now upload that to the root of your child theme’s folder.

    In other words, put it inside of the folder that holds the files for your child theme, but not inside any of the folders within that folder.

    Correct: yoursite.com/wp-content/themes/yourchildtheme/screenshot.png

    Incorrect: yoursite.com/wp-content/themes/yourchildtheme/images/screenshot.png

    It should be picked up automatically and show in your admin area after you do this. If you don’t see it, you may have to clear your cache.

    Hope this helps! =D

    ~ Corey

    Don’t ya just hate brain farts? lol

    Been there – done that. =)

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